How to Create Your Own Writing Community: A Guide for the Socially Challenged

About a month ago, I wrote about why authors need a writing community. In that post, I said I’d share how I created my own because I know the prospect can be terrifying. I know this because I’ve experienced it (still do, sometimes). Because I am – drumroll, please – socially challenged. So socially challenged. Read More

Review: Captain Amberton’s Inherited Bride by Jenni Fletcher

By now you know I’m a big fan of Jenni Fletcher’s writing. Her warmth and passion for history shines in each of her books. When I’m reading a Jenni Fletcher novel, I know I’m going to learn something. I also know that I’ll be dealing with an Alpha male who needs redemption, and a heroine Read More

Five of the Best Romances of 2017 by New Authors

It’s that time of year again when the best books of 2017 are announced. Some amazing romances novels have formed part of these lists, and rightly so. However, what these lists tend to miss is new authors. I understand why, and by no means am I saying books should appear on lists when they don’t Read More

Review: Besieged and Betrothed by Jenni Fletcher

If you keep up with my blog, you’ll know I don’t usually post book reviews. But recently, I’ve realised how important it is to celebrate good content and great authors. So, while I’m still figuring out how to go about this and balance it with the other stuff I enjoy writing about here, I’m just Read More

Six Books That Make Me Proud To Write Romance

By now you know that I love romance. It’s what I write and what I love to read. This year, I’ve been making more of an effort to read. (The Goodreads Reading Challenge tends to do that to you.) It’s meant that I’ve expanded my usual preference for Nora Roberts to include new authors like Read More